Unions ignore the real crisis in our schools | Jimmy Sengenberger
Colorado schools are on the struggle bus. Statewide CMAS tests revealed deteriorating academic performance to levels unseen in years.
Meanwhile, Colorado's teachers unions are claiming they are "in crisis", not becuase of declining academic scores, but because the solutions to those declines are being delivered by boards that don't endorse the union's politics. This piece reveals the organization taking place among union groups to prevent charter schools and local control. It features the Woodland Park School District in little Woodland Park, Colorado.